In some cases, failing to pay an E-ZPass toll or accumulating many E-ZPass violations can result in your driver’s license suspension. Each state has its policies and procedures for dealing with unpaid tolls and E-ZPass violations, and the consequences for failing to pay can vary.
In general, if you fail to pay an E-ZPass toll, you will receive a bill in the mail for the unpaid toll, along with any applicable fees. If you do not pay the bill within a certain period of time, you may receive additional notices and may be subject to additional fees and fines. If you continue to ignore the bill and fail to pay the toll, your E-ZPass account may be suspended, and you may be barred from using the E-ZPass system.
In some states, failing to pay an E-ZPass toll or accumulating many E-ZPass violations can also result in your driver’s license suspension. This can happen if you fail to pay a toll or violation notice sent to you by the state or if you fail to appear in court for a hearing related to an E-ZPass violation. If your driver’s license is suspended due to unpaid tolls or E-ZPass violations, you may need to pay all outstanding fees and fines to reinstate your license.
Paying all E-ZPass tolls and violations promptly is essential to avoid potential consequences, such as the suspension of your driver’s license. If you are having trouble paying an E-ZPass toll or violation, you may want to contact the E-ZPass customer service center for assistance.